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Marvin ® by Iowa Precision Robotics, Ltd. - 1985; - MARVIN MARK I "Mobile Anthropomorphic Robot VINtage high tech robot"

Marvin Mark I moves around the room, talks with a synthesized voice using his 500-word vocagulary, moves his head, has sonar rainging on board, and has two 6-axis arms that can be programmed to work simulaneously. Marvin a somewhat anthropomorphic personal robot that stands 50 inches tall and has two six-axis arms, an on-board Motorola 68000 processor and a standard disk drive. A total of 15 axes of movement can be operated simultaneously under computer control.
Base price is $6,190.



Source: Private Hobbyist Collection, Internet - Updated 2-14-2009